Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 9.djvu/869

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CONVENTION WITH PERU. Maxon 17, 1841. S17 [Norm.- The foregoing treaty is published in Foreign Treaties, Vol. I. p. 570. The reason for publishing it again, appears in the following extract from the proclamation of the President, of January 8, 1847: -— _ ·• And whereas the seventh article of the said Convention required Ratitications that the ratiiications of the contracting parties should be exchanged ';’;h;‘“"*’:,€ bt? within two years from its date, which provision was not observed by in tnemiimcwpre: the said parties, owing to delays in the ratification rendering such •¢ril>¤d_by the exchange impracticable within the time stipulated; and whereas it Zg},,_,§:,°Q:§’* appears that the duly constituted authorities of the Republic of Peru thorities cr Peru did, on the 21st of October, 1845, by law, approve in all respects the ggéfnlggi O°‘ said Convention, with the condition, however, that the first annual pt-cvekmirleggi instalment of thirty thousand dollars on account of the principal of *q¤ti¤¤ with certhe debt recognized thereby, and to which the second article relates, mn °°"d'"°"S‘ should begin from the lst of January, 1846, and the interest on this annual sum, according to Article III., should be calculated and paid from the 1st of January, 1842; and whereas the said Convention, and the aforesaid modification thereof, have been duly ratified, and the respective ratifications of the same were exchanged in the city of Ratilicationnex Lima on the 31st day of October last, by Albert G. Jewett on the ::§;§°f,g"O°‘ part of the United States, and Manuel del Rio on the part of the ’ ' Republic of Peru: " Now, therefore, be it known, that I, James K. Pour, President p,,,,,],,;,,,,,,; M, of the United States of America, have caused the said Convention, January, 1847- and the rnodiiication thereof, to be made public, to the end that the same, and every article and clause thereof may be observed and fullilled with good faith by the United States and the citizens thereof"]